The New Library Hall to house more rare Sanskrit books was inaugurated by the Vice Chancellor of Osmania Univ, Prof D Ravinder, the Initiation and Supervision of which was done by Prof Dr. K Neelakantham, Director, Sanskrit Academy to preserve and share the vast wisdom available in Sanskrit scriptures.


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Dr Tamilisai Soundararajan

Her Excellency, Honrable Governor, State of Telangana President, Executive Board,
Sanskrit Academy

Prof. Shrinivasa Varakhedi

Vice Chancellor,
Central Sanskrit University

Prof. D. Ravinder

Osmania University.

Prof. K Neelakantham

Sanskrit Academy



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Sentences of the day

विश्वे भारतीयसंविधानं दीर्घतमम् अस्ति ।
The Indian constitution is the longest in the world. At present, our Constitution contains 448 articles, with 12 schedules.

संविधानस्य हस्तलिखितप्रतयः द्वौ एव स्तः। एका आङ्ग्लभाषया, अपरा हिन्दीभाषया च स्तः।
There are only two handwritten copies of the constitution, one in English and one in Hindi.
अस्माकं संविधाने राष्ट्रभाषायाः उल्लेखनं न अस्ति ।
In our constitution, no national language is mentioned.

अधिकांशभाषानां मूलं संस्कृतम् भवति।
Sanskrit is the root of most of the languages.
संस्कृतं प्राचीन कालस्य मातृभाषा आसीत् |
Sanskrit was the mother tongue during ancient times.

संस्कृते ज्ञानं समुद्रं समानः। एतत् विशालं ज्ञानं जीवनस्य प्रत्येकं पक्षं वर्धयिष्यति ।
Knowledge in Sanskrit is like an ocean. This vast knowledge is to/will enhance every aspect of life.

मिथ्याख्यानम् / False Narrative

मिथ्याख्यानम् / False Narrative
“It is, I believe, no exaggeration to say that all the historical information which has been collected from all the books written in the Sanskrit language is less valuable than what may be found in the most paltry abridgments used at preparatory schools in England.”
-- Thomas Babington Macaulay

श्री गीतगोविन्दम

Gita Govinda by Jayadeva

विहरति हरिरिह सरसवसन्ते।
नृत्यति युवतिजनेन समं सखि विरहिजनस्य दुरन्ते॥

Meaning - 'Soft sandal mountain winds caress quivering vines of clove. Forest huts hum with droning bees and crying cuckoos. When spring’s mood is rich, Hari [Krishna] roams here to dance with young women. A cruel time for deserted lovers, my friend.'
Spring is the undisputed king of the seasons. Vasanta causes almost every flower and tree to put forth magnificent blooms. Vasanth metaphor is abundantly used by many poets as an analogy for new and fresh.

In the serene woods of Brindavan and by the banks of River Yamuna, with the majic of Spring is in the air, blossing trees, flowers, cuckoos, cottages covering the scene in Brindavan, the young gopis get swayed by the charming looks of Hari. Radha gets jealous but Krishna too is pining for Radha. A friend helps in the exchange of messages between the two. Gita Govindam is the story of reconciliation and union of Radha and Krishna.
The Gita Govinda in Sanskrit is organized into twelve chapters. Each chapter is further sub-divided into one or more divisions called prabandhas, totalling twenty-four in all. The prabandhas contain couplets grouped into eights, called ashtapadis.

अर्थशास्त्रम् - Arthashastra

प्रजासुखे सुखं राज्ञः प्रजानां तु हिते हितम् ।
नात्मप्रियं हितं राज्ञः प्रजानां तु प्रियं हितम् ॥
PrajaasukhE sukham raagyaha prajaanaam cha hitE hitam
naatma priyam hitam raagyaha prajaanaam tu priyam hitam.

Meaning - In the happiness of the people lies the Ruler’s happiness, in their welfare is his welfare, the Ruler shall consider what pleases his people and what is good for them.

Arthashastra in Sanskrit by Chanakya/Kautilya is treatise on Political science that deals with Governance/statecraft, Economics/Wealth, Internal/External and Social welfare and military strategy amongst many. Chanakya is considered one of the greatest political thinker who was the Chief Minister to help the first emperor Chandragupta Maurya, the founder of the Mauryan dynasty.

The Maurya Empire unified most of the Indian subcontinent into one state, and was the largest empire ever to have existed on the Indian subcontinent. Ashoka, also known as Ashoka the Great, was an Indian ruler who ruled almost the entire Indian subcontinent during the Maurya Dynasty. Chanakya devoted his life to establishing the Mauryan Empire and helping its founders, Chandragupta Maurya and his successor Bindusara. Throughout their rule, he served as a royal counsellor, economist and philosopher.

Kautilya Arthashastra कौटिल्य-अर्थशास्त्र in Sanskrit Contains 15 Books with each book containing more than 20 Chapters.

Book I: Concerning Discipline
Book II: Government Superintendents
Book III: Concerning Law
Book IV: The Removal of Thorns
Book V: The Conduct of Courtiers
Book VI: The Source of Sovereign
Book VII: The End of the Six-Fold Policy
Book VIII: Concerning Vices and Calamities
Book IX: The Work of an Invader
Book X: Relating to War
Book XI: The Conduct of Corporations
Book XII: Concerning a Powerful Enemy
Book XIII: Strategic Means to Capture a Fortress
Book XIV: Secret Means
Book XV: The Plan of a Treatise

Sanskrit - Sound Vibrations

Sanskrit, the oldest language is a language of vibrations. It is considered that everything in this cosmic universe is a result manifestation of vibrations of Atoms and molecules. So to speak a language of vibrations is essentially aligning us with the supreme manifestation.

Sanskrit letters are called akshara, imperishable. They are neither created nor destroyed. Sanskrit mantras are powerful vibrational fields of sounds. Regular chanting leads to feel pure energy and calmness of mind. Sanskrit words have an inherent potency in them, which is not available if translated to other languages.

सप्ताङ्गाः - Seven limbs of administration by Kautalya

Saptanga Theory was laid out by Kautilya in Arthashastra which according to him is required to be implemented for ideal forms of governance, administration, defence mechanisms.

1. Swami - The Ruler. It describes about the qualities, necessities, skills, education, and responsibilities for an ideal king.

2. Amatyas - Council of Ministers. Briefs about the required qualities, skills and knowledge for the appointment of the ideal Ministers, their delegated duties, the structure of Ministers and their power to vote.

3. Janpada - The Population/ City Administration where it should comprise of six bodies which are Industrial Art, Entertainment of Foreigners, Birth and Death records, Superintendent to Trade and Commerce, Supervised manufactured Articles, Taxation. The territory of the state should be fertile and should have abundance of forest, rivers, mountains, good climate, minerals, wild life should pay taxes regularly.

4. Durga - The Fortified Capital - This details about the necessity and the ideal types of structures of fortifying the kingdom and the ideal structure, departments and the heads of the Army.

5. Kosa (Treasure) - details about the income to the kingdom from different types of taxes, land revenue, trading, textile, metallurgy and briefs how such income could be maintained and used.

6. Danda (coercive authority) - provides the ideal list of punishments for various offences. Kautilya mentions about four sources of law:
Charitam (customs and precedents)
Vyavahara (usage)
Rajasasana (royal proclamations)

7. Mitra (ally) - Kautilya lists six policies (Shad-gunya) to be followed by the king under these circumstances:
Policy of Sandhi - peace treaty
Policy of Vigraha - hostility
Policy of Asana - keeping quiet
Policy of Yana - marching on a military expedition
Policy of Samshraya - seeking shelter with another king or in a fort
Double policy of Dvaidhibhava – If one can fight the enemy with the help of an ally.

Happenings @ Sanskrit Academy

Collection of pictures which will witness the glory of the Academy

Dr K Varalakshmi, PhD Sanskrit, Deputy Director, Sanskrit Grammer Expert, Author and Editor of several Books, receives Faculty Excellance Award from Central Sanskrit University, 15th Oct 2022

Prof K Neelakantham, Director Sanskrit Academy. Proficient in many Granthas and Shastras, Grammer Expert, Author and Editor of Innumerous Books in Sanskrit. Mimamsa is one of the Six Darshans of Indian Philosophy. The aim of Mimamsa is to give rules for the interpretation of the Vedas and enlightenment on Dharma.

Dr V Subrahmanyam, Deputy Director, Sanskrit Academy, Doctorate in Panini Grammer, Author and Editor of several books and an expert manuscript analyser giving overview on Sanskrit Grammer rules.

Dr K.V. Surya Prakash, Senior Research Assitant and Books Sales in-charge, Proficient in Epics and Upanishads, Editor of 24 Sanskrit books, 10 Journal papers, Expert in Manuscriptology, Statistics Analyst, Desktop Applications Expert, Qualified in Sahitya Siromani, MA, Mphil, Final year Sanskrit Phd Submission, Sanskrit Grammer Expert, Dr of Panchagavya, Senior Most Staff of Sanskrit Academy, giving overview of different books and their importance.
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Dr Joshi Santosh Kumar, PhD Sanskrit, Senior Research Assitant, Sanskrit Grammer expert, Proficient in Epics and Upanishads, Dr of Panchagavya, Author and Editor of several books, conducting Bhagawat Gita lessons.

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